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AUTHORIZED USERS AND CREDIT CARDS.

Hi I have just been added as an authorized user to two credit cards. Do I have to use these credit cards to raise my credit score or can I just cut them up and not use them.

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Re: AUTHORIZED USERS AND CREDIT CARDS.


Cheryla93 wrote:

Hi I have just been added as an authorized user to two credit cards. Do I have to use these credit cards to raise my credit score or can I just cut them up and not use them.


If the cardholder is using the account(s) there is no need for you to use yours.

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